HC Deb 06 July 1911 vol 27 c1467W
Colonel RAWSON

asked what provision is to be made in the National Insurance Bill with regard to civil servants where the terms of employment do not secure provision in respect of sickness and disablement on the whole not less favourable than the corresponding benefits conferred by Part I. of the Act; and will the State in such eases pay the employer's contribution?


In the circumstances described a civil servant would be compulsorily insured and the State would pay the employer's contribution.